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Schecter Adds 007 BlackJack to Diamond Series

Schecter Guitar Research will debut a another guitar for the "BlackJack" Collection at Summer NAMM show 2004...


July 21, 2004

Schecter Guitar Research will debut a another guitar for the "BlackJack" Collection at Summer NAMM show 2004.

Like its brothers, the 007 BlackJack will be armed with Seymour Duncan JB (SH-4) and '59 (SH-1n) pickup combination, which can be 'tapped' via 5-way Mega Switch. Additional features include a rock maple neck set into an multi-bound arched mahogany body, Grover tuning machines, and a TonePros locking Tune-O-Matic bridge, which enhances the instrument's natural sustain, and ensures intonation. As with the BlackJack C-7, the 007 is also 26.5" extended scale, which when combined with stability of the TonePros, yields low-tuned tonal definition. The appearance of this Gloss Black instrument is further enhanced by Black Chrome hardware and black pearl position markers.

As with all Schecter Diamond Series guitars and basses, the new "BlackJack Collection" will be backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. MSRP: $849.00. Left-handed versions of all BlackJack models will also be available for $50.00 more.

For more information, visit their web site at www.schecterguitars.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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